CES 2015: Intel unveils new 'Broadwell' chips offering improved battery life and performance

Ces 2015: intel unveils new 'broadwell' chips offering improved battery life and performance

CES 2015 is under way right now in Las Vegas and Intel has unveiled the 5th generation Intel Core processor family, with the 'Broadwell' micro-architecture offering premium performance, stunning visuals, and improved battery life. 

"With the Broadwell micro-architecture expected to be the fastest mobile transition in company history, offering consumers a broad selection and availability of devices, the 5th Gen Intel Core processors are purpose-built for the next generation of compute devices offering a thin, light and more efficient experience across traditional notebooks, 2 in 1s, Ultrabook devices, Chromebooks, All-In-One desktop PCs and mini PCs," Intel stated in an official press release.

These 5th generation processors utilize Intel's new 14nm process technology, offering 35 percent more transistors on a 37 percent smaller die compared to the previous generation chips. On top of that, these new processors deliver up to 24 percent better graphics performance, up to 50 percent faster video conversion, and 1.5 hours longer battery life. 

"Consumers who are planning to refresh a 4-5-year-old PC will also notice significant improvements: graphics performance up to 12 times better, video conversion speed up to 8 times faster, productivity performance up to 2.5 times faster, wake times 9 times faster, all with up to 2 times longer battery life," Intel explains.

You can check out the entire fact sheet at the via link below.

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